Bases secretas y abiertas de submarinos Chinos - localizacion,tipos, imagenes y especificaciones

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Bases secretas y abiertas de submarinos Chinos - localizacion,tipos, imagenes y especificaciones

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 16/7/2013, 2:23 am

En virtud de que los articulos que en este foro se presentan con mayor apertura, me permito presentar informacion publicada en varios medios de internet, relacionados a las armas que 
los E.U. presenta como amenazas por parte del arsenal Chino.
 En este caso, el tema sera, Bases secretas y abiertas de Submarinos Chinos, donde algunas
proveen instalaciones para su fabricacion, y otras solo son para reposte, custodia y mantenimientos. 
 Se invita a los foristas, a aportar imagenes de los diferentes modelos y especificaciones propias de ellos. 




China has secret nuclear submarine base: Jane's
(AFP) – 
LONDON (AFP) — China is building a major underground nuclear submarine base on the southern tip of Hainan Island, defence group Jane's said Friday.
Jane's Intelligence Review, a respected defence periodical, said satellite images of the base from imagery provider DigitalGlobe were the first confirmation of its existence.
Although Beijing is displaying no overt aggression, the base could mean an increase in its strategic capability in the South China Sea and considerably further afield, Jane's analysis said.
"Jane's can confirm that the satellite pictures show that China is constructing a major underground nuclear submarine base near Sanya, on Hainan Island off its southern coast," the group said.
The Daily Telegraph, which reported the satellite images, called the base a "vast, James Bond-style edifice capable of concealing up to 20 nuclear-powered submarines, which will enable China to project its power across the region."
The British broadsheet said in an editorial that it was a sign of China's secretive side and Beijing "too often seeks to conceal its activities and becomes defensive when questioned."
Jane's said that Asian military sources had told it about the base in 2002, but the photographs provided independent verification.
The satellite images showed the harbour layout and a Type 094 nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine at the base, said Jane's.
Others show three Luyang guided missile destroyers and a Jiangwei 2 guided missile frigate moored on a jetty, it said.
There are believed to be 11 tunnel openings at the base, it was reported, with each entrance, carved into the hill-side, stretching to a height of about 60 feet (18 metres). Pictures showed two of the tunnel entrances.
Another showed construction operations involving engineering and excavation barges.
The extent of construction indicates that the Sanya base could become a key future hub for the Chinese navy's aircraft carriers and other power-projection ships, Jane's said.
The Chinese navy moved its first Type 094 submarine to Sanya in December 2007, it added.
The identification of an underground submarine base and the positioning of China's most advanced sub-surface combatants at Sanya could have implications for China's control of the South China Sea and the strategically vital straits in the area, said Jane's.
"For both regional and extra-regional powers, it will be difficult to ignore that China is now building a major naval base at Sanya and may be preparing to house and protect a large proportion of its nuclear forces here and even operate them from this base," the group said.
"This development so close to the south-east Asian sea lanes so vital to the economies of Asia can only cause concern far beyond these straits."
Jane's Intelligence Review editor Christian Le Miere said: "China's nuclear and naval build-up at Sanya underlines Beijing's desire to assert tighter control over this region.
"China's increasing dependence on imported petroleum and mineral resources has contributed to an intensified Chinese concern about defending its access to vital sea lanes, particularly to its south.
"It is this concern that in large part is driving China's development of power-projection naval forces such as aircraft carriers and long-range nuclear submarines."

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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 16/7/2013, 2:25 am

Otras imagenes de bases de estos submarinos en plataforma continental!



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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 16/7/2013, 2:50 am

Aqui una informacion del sabado pasado, donde se muestra el lanzamiento de un misil inter-balistico capaz de alcanzar territorio de E.U. desde un submarino Chino.
 sin duda, la carrera por alcanzar niveles de equivalencia con las potencias mundiales en submarinos, no esta oculta a las naciones.






China missile fear: U.S. vulnerable to nuclear-tipped submarine-launched missiles, Pentagon warns


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Thursday, July 11, 2013



China maintains the fastest growing fleet of ballistic and cruise missiles on the planet, and soon will deploy a nuclear-tipped, submarine-launched ballistic missile capable of hitting the United States from Chinese waters, according to a new Pentagon report.
CCTV-7 China recently unveiled photos of a new submarine-launched ballistic missile, known as the JL-2.  Special
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CCTV-7 China recently unveiled photos of a new submarine-launched ballistic missile, known as the JL-2.
 
Beijing's swelling missile arsenal includes a new submarine-launched JL-2 ballistic missile that will for the first time enable Chinese submarines to strike parts of the United States from China's coastal waters, states the 2013 Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat Assessment, produced by the Department of Defense's National Air and Space Intelligence Center.
It adds that the number of Chinese ICBM nuclear warheads capable of reaching the United States "could expand to well over 100 within the next 15 years."
Supporters of the U.S. military's beleaguered missile defense plans seized on the assessment, saying it underscores the need to push ahead with the controversial programs, which are derided by critics as too expensive and ineffective.
"For too long the Obama administration has allowed our missile defense program to languish when they should have been working to prepare for these imminent threats," Rep. Michael Turner, Ohio Republican and a member of the House Committee for Armed Services.
The report also confirms the revelation, first reported by The Washington Times, that North Korea last year deployed a new, road-mobile inter-continental ballistic missile, or ICBM — the Hwasong-13. The authors of the report note that the missile has not been flight-tested, and say the number of its stages, its fuel and its range are unknown.
"North Korea has an ambitious ballistic missile development program and has exported missiles and missile technology to other countries, including Iran and Pakistan," says the assessment, which was released this week.
The report repeats the assessment by U.S. intelligence agencies that Iran could develop and test an ICBM capable of reaching the United States as early as 2015.
"Iran has ambitious ballistic missile and space launch development programs and continues to attempt to increase the range, lethality, and accuracy of its ballistic missile force," the assessment states.
The Department of Defense's National Air and Space Intelligence Center is based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.

 http://chronicle.augusta.com/news-washington-times/2013-07-11/china-missile-fear-us-vulnerable-nuclear-tipped-submarine-launched

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Mensaje por Takeda el 16/7/2013, 9:28 am

En unos años vamos a ver china emerger como la segunda potencia militar, no cabe duda. Quizá a nivel de armas de destrucción masiva el puesto lo siga conservando Rusia. En fin, una alianza entre estos dos gigantes ciertamente es a mi gusto más poderosa que EE.UU. y sus aliados.

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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 16/7/2013, 6:36 pm

Takeda escribió:En unos años vamos a ver china emerger como la segunda potencia militar, no cabe duda. Quizá a nivel de armas de destrucción masiva el puesto lo siga conservando Rusia. En fin, una alianza entre estos dos gigantes ciertamente es a mi gusto más poderosa que EE.UU. y sus aliados.

 
La parte compleja, es que uno se imagina que tardaran años en estar al nivel, mas cuando se ven estos desarrollos, de misiles, submarinos, bases, reactores de 4 y 5 generacion, las variedades de Buques de guerra y sus velocidad para construirlos, pareciera que no quieren pasar de 2015 sin estar ya preparados. Y la gran pregunta obligada, ¿para que proposito especifico y estrategico? ¿Dominacion¿ ¿Influencia? imponer condiciones? ¿o de plano tomar lo que consideran de ellos? Seguiremos investigando!!!study study Sad

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Mensaje por Takeda el 17/7/2013, 12:42 am

Ah, eso ni dudarlo. En menos de 10 años China estará ya en en el puesto mencionado. Ahora, ¿con qué objetivo se está armando? A mi gusto, y de entrada, para mostrar músculo y pintar una raya a los estadounidenses. Marcar su espacio de influencia inmediato, igual que los rusos en Georgia y más recientemente en Siria: "Aquí no te metas".

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Re: Bases secretas y abiertas de submarinos Chinos - localizacion,tipos, imagenes y especificaciones

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 17/7/2013, 12:57 am

Takeda escribió:Ah, eso ni dudarlo. En menos de 10 años China estará ya en en el puesto mencionado. Ahora, ¿con qué objetivo se está armando? A mi gusto, y de entrada, para mostrar músculo y pintar una raya a los estadounidenses. Marcar su espacio de influencia inmediato, igual que los rusos en Georgia y más recientemente en Siria: "Aquí no te metas".

 Se me hace muy largo 10 años. Sin duda llevan prisa, lo elocuente de sus cantidades ensambladas en todos los ramos, no se percibe como un plan tradicional. 
 Si es para mostrar musculo, no necesitan tanto equipo, ya con lo que tienen, lo pueden hacer.
 ¿Querran tener mas poder que los E.U.? Ahora ya le pueden dar varios descalabros a sus
flotas e incluso a nivel continental, darles una probada de sus mieles!!!
 Algo mas lleva el rio bajo el agua!!!!scratch

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